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Embracing the Burdens of Progress


David Yanda ’16 is a Philosophy major and a Biology minor from Oneida, WI.

Without a doubt I am perpetuating some serious social problems: hegemonic masculinity, heteronormativity, racism, unsustainable food industries, consumerism, tribalism, etc. 642 more words


Don't Send Us your Tired and Poor....

More than 30 U.S. states refusing Syrian refugees on ‘shaky legal ground’

In wake of Paris attacks, governors of at least 31 U.S. states announce plans to bar Syrian refugees… 422 more words

The Naturalistic Fallacy

Why The Naturalistic Fallacy or The Appeal to Nature Doesn’t Work Anymore

The naturalistic fallacy is the idea that what is found in nature is good. 686 more words


The New Philippines under President Benigno Aquino III

November 17, 2015

The New Philippines under President Benigno Aquino III

By Karim Raslan

The international spotlight is on the Philippines this week as host of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders’ summit, which will be attended by leaders from 21 major economies, including the United States, China and Japan. 797 more words


Why Did He Name her 'Malala'?

DIPLOMANTIQ attended the premiere of the movie ‘He Named Me Malala’, hosted by ‘Imagenation‘ in Abu Dhabi, UAE on the 28th of October to meet the young global icon and to hear her talk about her journey so far… 385 more words


Why America is Falling Behind the Rest of the World??

The authors collect many previously published rankings, and the picture that emerges, however, is sobering:

1. Median household income Rank of U.S.: 27th out of 27 

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Wise Guy Stories

Accounts of Progressive living - With Raya Abugulal

“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” – Albert Einstein

Understanding the relationship between social change and the units that create it (people/persons) is at the very core of the unlearning transformative shift necessary for advancing our world in new and innovative ways. 516 more words